Cables & Coffee, Ep. 2: Bronze Dragon Interconnect Cable | Moon Audio


Bronze Dragon Interconnect

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Top-of-the-line copper interconnect. Balanced and musical with great bass control. More details

Cables & Coffee, Ep. 2: Bronze Dragon Interconnect Cable | Moon Audio

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Top-of-the-line copper interconnect. Balanced and musical with great bass control.

Our top-of-the-line copper-based interconnect, the Bronze Dragon offers a balanced and musical sound with excellent bass control. The braided geometry in this design acts as a noise rejection barrier, making this an especially quiet cable for pro audio as well as home use. The Bronze Dragon Interconnect is the newest addition to our Dragon Interconnect lineup. It's modeled after the design of our top-selling Silver Dragon Interconnect, but with pure UP-OCC copper.

The Bronze Dragon Interconnect is sold in pairs at a minimum length of 1.5 feet.

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Quality You Can Trust

Most stock cables are made of low-quality, ultra-thin conductors with poor geometries, rubber jackets, and other issues that can limit the performance of your equipment.

Dragon Cables are handcrafted from quality materials in Moon Audio's headquarters in Cary, North Carolina. All of our cables are created with ultra-pure, single-crystal silver and copper strands and engineered to provide the cleanest presentation. Our wire is void of impurities and crystalline boundaries, leaving nothing between you and your music.

Bronze Dragon Sound Signature

UP-OCC copper strands in the Bronze Dragon Interconnect provide the most musical and balanced sound that can be found in the marketplace. You get a wonderfully full presentation with the tightest control of bass we have heard to date from our Dragon Interconnects.

For more information on finding your signature sound, visit our Sound Signature Guide.

Bronze Dragon Sound Signature

Enhanced Cable Design

The Bronze Dragon Interconnect uses the same eight-wire braided geometry found in our Silver Dragon Interconnect, but with solid-core UP-OCC 99.99998% pure copper 26 AWG Teflon insulated wire. The braided geometry itself acts as a noise rejection barrier, and we also added an iron curtain with the external shield. Often, customers are using our cables on PC hi-fi systems and in pro studios where noise is an issue. Hearing only the music, void of any external interference, is key. The shield also adds more durability to the cable for long runs on studio floors or in your home theater system.

We stuck with the tried-and-true WBT Nextgen WBT 0102Cu as our RCA connector termination option. It is simply the best male RCA we have tested. It sounded the richest during our research and development, very clean with no smear that some connectors can add to the sound quality. The best XLR termination we found is the Furutech FP-601 in gold finish. This was the hands-down winner in all of our listening tests. There is nothing better at this price point than an XLR termination option.

We strive to make our cables affordable so that you can enjoy the very best sound from your audio equipment. Because we sell direct and build our interconnects in-house, there is no overwhelming markup. You pay for quality and craftsmanship. We see this as a win-win, and hope you'll agree.

WBT Locking RCA Design


The patented WBT locking mechanism provides maximum contact pressure and prevents accidental disconnection of your cables. Attempts to improperly disconnect the connector may result in equipment damage. Follow the instructions below to ensure proper use and care.

Step 1:

Hold the cable by the base of the connector and loosen the barrel of the male connector by turning it clockwise.

Step 2:

Insert the cable connector into the RCA socket of your device.

Step 3:

Hold the cable by the base of the connector and tighten the barrel by turning it counter-clockwise.


To prevent damage, do not allow the connector body to turn. Do not overtighten.

Remember to reverse these steps when removing the cable.

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